The other question is what should l change it for if I do decide to change? I’ve had the 2012 E92 320d for two years now, for many of you that would be the familiarisation period, for me it is a record. Longest I’ve owned a car before was 22 months. Fickle. The car has been superb, apart from the usual maintenance I’ve not had to spend on repairs thus far, but, it is over 8 years old and has 84K on the clock. So time will be ticking on repairs. It needs new rear discs and pads, advisory on the past two MOTs and it does need doing. The ZF6 box will need an oil/filter change before the 100K mark. I love the looks of the E92, the handling, build quality etc, just a great car. However, I’ve been looking at what next. An M4 is the perfect next step, but the reality of running an M car is stopping me. The car would be 4-6 years old so would need some regular maintenance etc. This and insurance/fuel etc would all add up to make it unviable as an everyday car. I don’t want a pretend coupe (GC), don’t need four doors, so have settled on a 4 series coupe as the more than likely next option. The 435d looks very good on paper, but only seems to come in xDrive option, changes the stance of the car. Minor gripe but I am being fussy. 440i seems to be the right balance of performance, looks, price, equipment etc. For the price point I’m looking at I would be looking at a 2017/18 model, sub 30K miles. The M240i looks great, but is possibly a bit too small for me, need to get my road bike in the boot. Also just isn’t the right look as far as coupes go, unless it is in M2 guise, but then the costs shoot up. G30 540i seem great, but a big car! They are massive. Stocked with kit and performance though, I looked at loads of these on line last night. A possibility. As you can tell, a wee bit all over the place. Thoughts?